The Gold Trail: A Western Trio
The title story continues the saga of Reata who is now wanted for theft and whose fate now lies in the hands of a Gypsy girl. "Phil the Fiddler" is a rich family drama about a feud between cousins -- one a layabout, the other a hardworking rancher -- surrounding their equal inheritance of the family ranch. Thanks to Steve Borrow's management, Jess Fanning's ranch is the most prosperous in the territory, but when Fanning learns that Borrow arranged a sale of cattle at an exorbitant price to a drunk, he's outraged in "Without A Penny in the World."
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